New name. Same old Bouje. Bouje14 will be here by the MSU game.
OZONE Michigan Monday ND recap
It has everything to do with anxiously awaiting your next meltdown.
After your explosions about Myron Rolle and teen suicide, I refuse to take anything you say seriously, Jason. Sorry.
Michigan Monday is a rock solid read week in and week out. They do a pretty great job.
And, yes, I feel dirty saying that about an Ohio site.
Michigan's defense and offense need a lot of work regardless of the outcome of the ND game? Thanks OSU article writer guy.
I was actually disappointed by Michigan Monday this week. Usually there's either some good snark or a little fingernail biting for the Buckeye "readers" (#didyouseewhatididthere).
But this week it was basically just sober, garden variety analysis. Pretty boring, frankly.
women's herstory month? did you see what i did there?
Honest question: Have you ever read Michigan Monday before this week?
The scheme is the problem on offense, not the players we have. I think, given time, that Denard will get things figured out in this more pro-style offense, but if he were allowed to run what he knows, this offense wouldn't be a problem.
Allow me to make an analogy for a minute:
Lets say I am a contractor and have been used to doing my job a certain way for all the years I have done the job. One day I take a contract in South America to build a school. I bring all my tools that we use here in Canada to build schools, the problem is I have to use South American workers to do the jobs. They have never seen these tools before and have no idea how to use them.
What is my best means of moving forward. Force the workers to use tools they have never used before and in so doing end up with an inferior product, or educate myself on the tools they use and allow them to utilize the things they know with tools they are used to which would translate in a better product in the end.
I know what I would choose and frankly, I think it is too early to say that Borges isn't going to go that route. I think after watching how the first three quarters went there may be a shift back to a more spread like offense.
My point is still simply that it isn't really the offensive players that have holes, but the scheme itself.
Edit: Dammit, reply FAIL! This was a reply to BRCE